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Any Other Way Than EOT to show custom fonts?


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Sir Grand Funk

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Yeah, EOT only works in IE. [bleep] that.
What else is there?
[I need a custom font so I can have a text-based logo instead of an image]
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Hey,
I have a program that turns images into detailed, colour ones so if you want I could have a go with your picture?

Pm me if you want...
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Yeah, EOT only works in IE. [bleep] that.
What else is there?


There isn't, AFAIK. This is another Internet Explorer only technology., which isn't supported by other browsers because it's another potential security hole.

Just out of interest, why are you not able to use an image instead of a text-based logo?
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Well w3c is all like "If your logo is only text, avoid using images".
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